Mexico City, Mexico
Orizaba 113 Esquna Chihuahua
Cuauhtémoc, D.F.
044 - 55 - 44 - 41 - 0434


3.9 / 1 vote

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vegetarian grocery


EsNatural.Mex is an all vegetarian, and mostly-vegan, grocery specializing in organic products. They have a small selection of fresh produce (greens, tubers, and lots of citrus), packaged goods, frozen soy meats, and ready-made tamales and a few other snack items that can be heated up in the store's microwave.

EsNatural Mex also offers organic and natural beauty products and snack items such as breads, chips, cookies, and fruit snacks.

Added by Cass Danger on Nov 20 11 (last updated Oct 22 12)

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I stumbled upon Es Natural Mex as I was walking to another restaurant in the area and what a lovely surprise it was! This was the first place I found in Mexico City that placed a strong emphasis on organic produce, although I'm sure there are others. I picked up some of the vegan frozen meats, but I wasn't particularly impressed with the oatmeal-based milanesa (sort of like a pork chop). That said, I was impressed that a vegan milanesa existed and I think the item would be better pan fried with some sauce or veggies, instead of just eating it plain on a tortilla like I did.

My favorite item from the store were the tamales. I stopped in a couple times so I tried a few different kinds. One had just veggies (some sort of greens that I had never heard of), and the other had carrots, zucchini, and tofu). Both were very good and I liked that they were made in a banana leaf instead of a corn husk, as I think the banana leaf makes it softer. In both cases, the store heated up the tamales for me in their microwave and they had some hot sauce on hand that I could add.

I picked up some natural sesame cookies, which seem to be all over the place in the city. They are pretty average but they made a decent snack. I also picked up a couple varieties of bitter citrus fruits that I was told go well sliced in water - agreed!

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Metrobus to Alvaro Obregon
Metro to Insurgentes (further walk)

Not Wheelchair Accessible


  • American
  • Mexican


  • (Mostly) Organic
  • Kid-Friendly


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8am - 9pm
8am - 7pm
9am - 4pm

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